Unconquered

from by Valerie Orth

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based on book by John Gibler called "Mexico Unconquered"

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make up a religion
pick a region
tell ‘em this is what it takes
to keep the sun shinin
to keep the rain fallin

then you got
worlds gone worlds no more

two severed heads
warning in blood
saying this is what it takes
to keep the grass growin
to keep the spring comin

then you got
worlds gone worlds no more

you call it bad weather, call it bad luck
call it bad choices, but it’s not,
no, it’s not bad weather, it’s not bad luck
no, it’s not bad choices, it’s not their choice at all, in fact
but don’t think they’ll lay down
don’t think they’ll take it from behind
they never have before now, and they won’t this time
it’s just not in their tradition, no, no….

‘cuz worlds rise up, worlds fight back,
we rise up, we fight back
we rise up, we rise up

credits

from Faraway City, released March 15, 2011
Valerie Orth (vocals, acoustic guitar), Jon Evans (bass, electric guitar, piano), Scott Amendola (drums)

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Valerie Orth New York

"There is an honesty to Valerie Orth's music that is both brilliant and heartbreaking.”

A prolific songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist, Valerie integrates live instruments with electronic sounds. Her latest EP, “Wake You,” carries the upbeat production and warmth of Sylvan Esso, the unexpected rhythms and percussion of Tune-Yards, and the dark vocals and trippy-ness of Portishead.
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